Thursday, November 8, 2018

Challenge to all religious leaders, Guru, and activists

Why this video has crossed TWO CRORE (27 M) views? 

Because people like to VIOLENCE. 





"Red Dead Redemption 2" allows players to interact with any characters in its vast, open-world environment and fight with GUNS!


What counts as 'gratuitous violence'?

"Red Dead Redemption 2" allows players to interact with any characters in its vast, open-world environment. 

This tsunami of the interactive game is engulfing young people all over the world.

This game culture is a serious challenge to all religious leaders, Guru, and activists. All your preaching about peace has gone down the drain?

These companies have a big budget to invest to create interactive video games to promote violence and fights.

What can you do to stop this 'Gun Culture'?
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Sunday, September 23, 2018

Because Entrepreneurs Dare

The life is an adventure it is not a package tour! 

Challenging experience, a thrilling new adventure, on the treetop, in the heart of nature.



See Post on my Instagram  

The gear was impressive and in all working condition. Gloves were helpful and necessary. 

They gave training, explained rules, and how to operate the “Tweezals” magic engineered equipment.

 Combination of Treetop Obstacle Course and lots of Zip-lines!

https://www.treetopquest.com/buford/


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Friday, August 31, 2018

How to bear other people's deficiencies and idiosyncrasies?

Anupreksha of Tolerance सहिषुण्ता 

How to bear other people's deficiencies and idiosyncrasies?

GOAL: Increases Tolerance. प्रयोग: प्रेक्षा ध्यान  Anupreksha अनुप्रेक्षा Therapeutic Thinking exercise. 

The principle behind the process of change is - tolerance, to endure. The capacity for endurance is necessary for bringing about a change. Without forbearance (सहनशीलता) a man cannot change.  

No discipline (अनुशासन) is possible without the development of tolerance. We try to maintain discipline. We want to inculcate discipline among the students and politicians, among the labourers, and the workers. We want discipline to grow in every sphere. All of us want discipline, but we forget the basic fact that without the development of the power of tolerance, there can be no progress towards discipline. Therefore, all our effort should be directed towards developing the power of tolerance. Only then will discipline flourish.

The development of tolerance is the development of power!

• With this force, it is possible to bear other people's deficiencies (faults) and idiosyncrasies (eccentricities), without losing own control. And deal with situation with maturity. 

The problem of discipline has become very acute today because man has grown to be intolerant. Without tolerance, there can be no growth of discipline. Discipline is only an effect, and the cause thereof is the power of tolerance.

Tolerance implies FORGIVENESS. The question of age does not arise. The elderly people treat the young with forbearance and the young treat their elders likewise. In this mutual forbearance, no obligation is involved; it only inspires respect for oneself.

Above points based on book by Acharya Mahapragya: अमूर्त चिंतन Abstract Thinking.
अनुप्रेक्षा Therapeutic Thinking
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